Clinical case results are now available. An email has been sent to all clinical case submitters.
The Heart Failure Scientific Programme Committee would like to thank all the contributors who have chosen Heart Failure 2023 to submit their clinical case.
Confirm and upload your presentation
Confirmation of your presentation should be done as soon as possible.
STEP 1 - The submitter must sign in to her/his My ESC account with the email and password used at the time of submission to consult the abstract presentation day, time and format.
STEP 2 - The presenter must register to the congress - you benefit from the early fee until 21 March 2023
STEP 3 - The presenter can start preparing her/his presentation to upload it by the set deadline, as indicated in the agreement form. Review the Presenter Guidelines.
End February 2023 – Clinical Case results announcement online. An email will also be sent to each first author.
21 March 2023 - Early fee registration deadline.
Mid-March 2023 - Upload opening.
20 April 2023 – Deadline to confirm presentation and register for the congress
All presentations are planned to take place in-person in Prague.
Selected clinical cases have been assigned to different sessions.
Each session is built to give the maximum visibility to the research and the opportunity for exchange and interactions with peers and key opinion leaders.
Award session – Clinical case award
A session dedicated to the best cases during which finalists are asked to summarise their case and explain how they managed the patient.
All selected finalists will be receiving free registration to Heart Failure 2023.
With the opportunity for the winner to receive
- €1000 Prize
- An award certificate
The two runner up will be awarded with a €250 prize.
Each finalist will have 10 minutes to present the research, followed by 5 minutes Q&A from the Jury members.
Scoring will be based on the following criteria: Originality, Scientific Content, Presentation and Answers to Questions.
The session will present recent findings in the field of Cardiology which can impact practice/research
Clinical Case sessions
You will present your clinical case orally in a dedicated Clinical Case session which will allow you to interact with the audience and expert discussants.
For more information on the presentation format, please refer to the presenter guidelines.